A teardown of Samsung's new Galaxy S4 Android smartphone shows that Qualcomm is a big winner, succeeding in getting multiple chips onto the motherboard.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Intel has announced the date that it will unveil its fourth-generation Core processors codenamed Haswell: Monday, June 3, a day before the Computex Taipei trade show is set to kick off.
Apple is spending about $11.6 million per day on research and development, but what on? Here's what Apple might have coming down the pipeline.
Worried that Google Glass technology will fall into the hands of miscreants, ne'er-do-wells, perverts, and criminals? I hate to break it to you, but when it comes to cameras, a goofy head-mounted device is the least you have to worry about.
Apple's Q2 2013 financial data is out, telling us, among other things, how much hardware the technology powerhouse sold over the past quarter. How does this three month period compare to previous quarters?
Hogging a power outlet can help your battery last longer, give you better performance, and keep other devices charged up, while at the same time keeping you ready for the unexpected.
Tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold are key in the manufacture of cellphones and almost every other piece of electronics. But their source — the war-torn Congo — has attracted attention, and regulation, from the SEC.
Windows 8 hasn't given PC sales the boost that OEMs were anticipating, and Microsoft is now rumored to be getting ready to do a U-turn on some of the core changes introduced. What effect will this have on the wider industry?
What will it take to help give stagnating PC sales a bit of a boost? Intel hopes that Windows 8-powered notebooks with a $200 to $300 price tag might do the trick.
Here's how I added as much as a 128GB of high-speed removable storage to a MacBook — or for that matter any device with an SD card slot — and freed up a USB port in the process.